2022: the Lasso Way (week 2) *Steal this content*

DAY #8 Positivity vs. Toxic Positivity

DAY 8 PROMPT: How can you (positively) re-frame a challenge in your life right now?

DAY 9: TELL STORIES

DAY 9 PROMPT: How can you tell more personal stories with your team?

B’lieve, hon

Day 10: Create visuals

  • Most people (65%) are “visual learners”
  • If your visuals are printed? YES! Non-digital stands out.
  • “Conversation pieces” create conversation, which builds relationships
  • Conveys non-verbal (and/or passive aggressive) communication.
  • Quiet ** BUT YOU CAN SHOUT WITHOUT RAISING YOUR VOICE **
  • Isn’t life just one giant Locker Room? We’re always in transition and in need of inspiration.

Day 10 PROMPT: What reminders do you need to make visual?

Day 11: Vulnerability makes for good relationships

  • The “Diamond Dogs” spring up for Dude Relationship Advice.
  • Keeley advises Rebecca on red carpets, media flare-ups, and *key* Dating.
  • Rebecca gradually realizes that loving is about becoming more vulnerable.
  • Keeley explores full honesty with Roy, also diving into her professional opportunity.
  • Ted’s admission to the coaches tips a domino effect (mushroom tea, missed deadline).
  • Ted finally tells Doc about his dad’s death, and Rebecca shares her dad’s story.
  • The scarlet A: breaking the taboo of talking about mental health in professional sports makes Ted the MOST vulnerable with the team and public. Which, conversely, earns him the MOST respect and trust.

Day 11 PROMPT: How can you be more vulnerable with a co-worker?

Day 12: Breathe

Day 12 PROMPT: In what circumstances might it be helpful to practice the relaxing 4–7–8 breath (4 deep inhale, 7 hold, 8 exhale)?

Day #13 Play with people & pets

Day 13 PROMPT: When are you in the moment of spontaneous play?

Day 14: Be present

Day 14 PROMPT: What sense organ do you use as an “anchor” to remain present?

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Susan founded NonprofitWellness.org and NonprofitComfort.com to promote “Team-Care”. She’s a bilingual trainer, Tinkergarten leader, queer parent, & nature nut.

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Susan Comfort

Susan Comfort

Susan founded NonprofitWellness.org and NonprofitComfort.com to promote “Team-Care”. She’s a bilingual trainer, Tinkergarten leader, queer parent, & nature nut.

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